One of the founders of a group that aims to educate young people about the dangers of pornography visited Bear River High School last week to spread his organization’s message to a group of young teens and parents.
A pair of hunters from Utah who had been missing in the backcountry of northeast Nevada for two days were found safe just west of the Utah-Nevada border last week.
Box Elder County officials have taken an important step to bring two solar farms to the county, offering tax rebates to the project developers, who are expected to invest around $130 million in the county while generating a clean source of energy.
LOGAN — The annual Point-in-Time (PIT) count was held in the early morning hours of January 23, 24 and 25, 2020. The PIT count is an annual count of sheltered and unsheltered homeless persons that the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) requires cities and towns nationwide…
“It is vitally important … that we create a new history,” said Larry Echo Hawk, guest speaker at the Bear River Massacre Memorial site last Wednesday. “That is why it is so important to remember those sad days of the past, so that we can do better.”
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The repeal of a sweeping tax overhaul that sparked a voter backlash would begin quickly, legislators said Monday as they began work for the year.
For Karla and Chad Munns, running a business is a family affair.
Tremonton City has never had a long-term plan for how land within city limits should be used, but city officials are looking to change that through a collaborative effort with the Utah Department of Transportation.
The Bear River High wrestling team has some momentum heading into this week’s 4A state tournament after a successful showing at the divisional tournament last week at Mountain Crest.
The Bear River wrestling team honored its seniors in style last week, coming away with a clean sweep of Logan in Garland on Thursday, Jan. 23.
It’s been an upside-down couple of weeks for the Bear River boys basketball team, which has found success on the road while suffering some tough defeats on their home court.
In the games they have lost this season, the Bear River girls basketball team has often found itself down early before rallying, only to come up short.
The Bear River girls basketball team has already surpassed its win total from last season, but last Friday was a trying one as the girls fell to Sky View in their region opener.
The Bears headed to Brigham City last weekend for the annual Richardson Memorial tournament, one of the most prestigious battles in the state, taking third as a team on the strength of wins by Cael Wilcox, Kam Rees, Easton Winward, Maverik Skinner, Paxton Smith, Zach Phillips and Trent Ward.…
It was a difficult start to the Region 11 schedule for the Bear River Bears, who hosted Sky View last Friday in a rematch of last year’s 4A state championship game.
The Bear River boys basketball team got back to their winning ways for the most part, going 3-1 on the road in their last four contests before the big game circled on the schedule this Friday.
Community history fair
Wednesday, Feb. 5: Sloppy Joe w/bun, macaroni salad, Normandy vegetables, fruit in season, outrageous cookie
Nikki Lorrigan proudly announces the birth of her first child, a daughter, Harlow Sadie McNey on December 26, 2019. Harlow weighed a healthy 10 pounds at birth and is an absolute joy. Thanks to everyone who lent help and support during the pregnancy so I did not make the journey alone. Thank you.
Kris Udy expresses her appreciation to all of the volunteers who helped gather signatures to put a tax increase to the people for a vote on the November 2020 ballot. She is also grateful to all the people who signed the petition. The ballot will include the tax increase so people can express…
In the middle of the night Tuesday the 26th the town siren went off. Those of us that live in Portage and the people that live on the outskirts know exactly what that means! It is a big, red siren that is attached to a 30-foot pole right outside the fire station. It sounds like one of the si…
The Bear River Canal Company held their annual meeting last week. General manager Trevor Nelson went through the past year’s accomplishments. He also commented on the annual financial review compiled by Wiggins and Associates.
Thanks for support of food pantry